This is a rare, out-of-print, cut-and-make Christmas Village, originally published by Whitman in 1975 in a punch-out book. I had this book as a little girl and it made a huge impression!
After years of searching, I finally got my hands on a copy in good condition. I've scanned it and rearranged the components for printing on 8.5 x 11 paper. The original book is quite large so I've had to split some buildings into several pieces. I've included enough overlap so you can glue the bits together.
I suggest printing on cardstock or, for a really luxurious village, photo paper.
The instructions are nearly non-existent, but I've included a good photo of the book's cover as a guideline and if you have just a little bit of papercrafting experience you shouldn't have much trouble figuring out what to cut and where to fold.
Be sure to print at 100% scale!!!! The images are no larger than 7.5 x 10 inches, so they'll print nicely on 8.5 x 11 paper. A4 paper users may want to try printing at 95% or so...
(Of course you could try 75% or even 50% for a mini-village. Just make sure the scale matches on all the printouts.)
Note: Ignore all the crazy kindle and epub files. Archive.org creates them automatically. Download the plain pdfs, or for an all-in-one download, I suggest clicking this link: Christmas_Village.zip (which you can also access by clicking the "All Files HTTP" link in the left-hand column of this page. You'll find readme.txt and book_cover.jpg there as well.)
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